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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, 14 June 2014, Vol 292, No 7814

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  • david-branford-2014

    We need read-and-write access to patient records Subscription

    14 JUN 2014 12:53 By David Branford

    English Pharmacy Board Chairman Dave Branford considers what information pharmacists require

  • Supply issues: June 2014 Subscription

    14 JUN 2014

    Prostin (dinoprostone) E2 vaginal gel 1mg is out of stock from Pfizer. The company expects that the product will be back in stock 23 June 2014. Pfizer is experiencing supply issues with Zavedos (idarubicin hydrochloride) powder for solution for injection 5mg and 10mg. Epanutin (phenytoin) oral suspension 30mg/ml is back in stock from Pfizer. Daily orders of yellow fever vaccine are temporarily unavailable from Sanofi Pasteur.

  • SPC changes: June 2014 Subscription

    14 JUN 2014

    Synacten, Afinitor, Betaferon, Botox, Daktarin oral gel 2%, Depixol, Eliquis, Tobradex, Zelboraf, Zyprexa, Abraxane,…

  • Discontinued products: June 2014 Subscription

    14 JUN 2014

    21/28 June 2014 Synacten

  • Drug tariff updates: June 2014 Subscription

    14 JUN 2014

    14 June 2014 Scotland Clawbacks

  • Prescription products: June 2014 Subscription

    14 JUN 2014

    21/28 June 2014 Lucentis

  • Coaching

    Inspire a future pharmacist

    14 JUN 2014

    You may recall the individuals who helped shape your early career. It is to be hoped they were positive role models — people who inspired you to become the professional you are today.

  • Prescribing clinics Subscription

    12 JUN 2014 8:53

    The Scottish Government has announced that funding will continue until 2014–15 for community pharmacists in Scotland to provide prescribing clinics. NHS boards will distribute the funding and have been told to consider a number of factors this year. These include supporting clinics that extend to multiple morbidities but not funding smoking cessation clinics. This is because the pharmacy smoking cessation service within the core public health service is to be extended to include supply ...

  • All Wales Medicines Strategy Group Subscription

    12 JUN 2014 8:51

    The following medicines have been approved for use in NHS Wales by the All Wales Medicines Strategy Group: Tocilizumab for juvenile idiopathic polyarthritis (rheumatoid factor positive or negative and extended oligoarthritis) in patients aged 2 years and older; Inhaled indacaterol/glycopyrronium as a maintenance bronchodilator in adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; Tenofovir disoproxil film-coated tablets and granules to treat chronic hepatitis B in adults whose disease ...

  • RPS Science Award Subscription

    12 JUN 2014 8:46

    Applications are invited for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Science Award 2014. The winner will receive a commemorative award, £1,000 in prize money and an invitation to present the RPS award lecture on their work at the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences UKPharmSci annual meeting.

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